NFL Game:‌ ‌Baltimore Ravens vs. Seattle Seahawks ‌-‌ ‌ Week‌ ‌7

Baltimore Ravens (4-2) vs. Seattle Seahawks (5-1)
Sunday, October 20th - 4:25PM ET - CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA
Betting Line: Seattle -3.5

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As we look ahead at Week 7, one game stands above the rest: Baltimore vs. Seattle. Two of the most elusive quarterbacks will go head-to-head. Lamar Jackson will try to outduel Russell Wilson at CenturyLink Field.

The Ravens hold a two-game lead in the AFC North. Cleveland and Pittsburgh trail at 2-4. Seattle, on the other hand is trying to catch up to the 5-0 Niners. They won't face each other until November 11. Every game matters.

Baltimore has scored the second-most points in the NFL. They trail New England by six points. Their +44 point differential ranks them third in the NFL. The Ravens lost back-to-back games against the Chiefs and Browns in Weeks 3 and 4. Since then, they beat the Steelers and Bengals by a combined nine points.

Lamar Jackson leads the team in passing (1,507) and rushing yards (460). He's thrown 11 touchdowns to 5 interceptions. He also has two rushing touchdowns this season.

Mark Ingram II has seen the end zone seven times this season. He's rushing for 4.9 yards per carry and has 424 rushing and 89 receiving yards. Tight end Mark Andrews leads the team with 34 catches for 410 yards and three touchdowns.

The Seahawks are one of the most consistent teams in recent years. They're a defensive minded team with dynamic players on offense. The ground game is aggressive and bolstered by Russell Wilson's capacity at QB.

Russell Wilson is completing 72.5% of his passes. He's thrown for 1,704 yards and 14 touchdowns and is yet to throw an interception. Chris Carson has rushed for 504 yards and two touchdowns. He's picking up 4.3 yards per carry.

Wilson is doing a good job of spreading the ball. Six receivers have caught a touchdown pass from him this season. Tight end Will Dissly leads the team with four TD's. Tyler Lockett leads the team with 35 catches and 454 yards (3 TD's).

Baltimore should stymie Seattle's rushing efforts as they have everyone else. They're allowing just 80 rushing yards per game. Neither team has a particularly strong pass defense.

Seattle is winning consistently, but it's not like they're blowing teams out of the water. Their biggest win this season was a 27-10 outing at Arizona. Outside of that Arizona, they won every other game by four points or less. They lost 33-27 to New Orleans.

With a matchup like this and Seattle's track record of winning tight games, I have to take the points. Buy up Baltimore half a point and take them +4.